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the tirnlgs yes, that would make sense. you'd be the little brother. >> really? >>> wnbc 4 in new york city, a group of vets chose veterans day to help others rebounding from hurricane sandy. over 100 military vets spent their day handing out aid to hurricane sandy victims. the group belongs to a non-profit organization that's been on the ground in new york since the super storm has hit. doing good work there. >>> i'm lynn berry and this is "early today," just your first stop of the day today on your nbc station. >>> some rodents is israel are now considered valuable assets. a security company displayed new bomb detecting technology that relies on these little guys. the mice are placed in a scanner and react to different odors blown their way. company officials say the mice flee from potentially dangerous skrents and this technology -- >>> some of the titanic's most valuable treasurers are seeing the light of day. for the very first time most of the jewelry from the titanic will be on display with a three-city tour. the pieces include diamond, sapphire rings, broaches and a gold pocket watc
was reported. >>> and this year's rockefeller christmas tree has arrived in new york city. she's a beaut too. the 80 foot tall norway spruce survived the devastation of superstorm sandy. the tree lighting ceremony will be held on november 28th. >>> now for a check on wall street, the dow fell 59 points. the s&p was down five. the nasdaq lost 20. >>> taking a look at overseas trading. in tokyo, the nikkei nudged up 3 points while in hong kong the hang seng climbed 253. >>> blue chips took a lit on tuesday, but impressive earning after the bell from cisco could give the dow a boost this morning. california is making history today with the state's first ever auction of greenhouse gas pollution permits. the landmark cap and trade program is part of the state's 2006 global warming law. a last-minute lawsuit filed by california businesses was not expected to stop the auction. >>> in the wake of mounting protests by powerless victims of super storm sandy, long island power authority's chief operating officer has resigned. >>> the ceo of waffle house calls accusations of sexual assault and attempted
of abc news, with terry moran, cynthia mcfadden and bill weir in new york city, this is "nightline," november 14th, 2012. >> good evening, i'm cynthia mcfadden. tonight, the latest turn in the cia sex scandal, as we learn the identity of the fbi agent who sparked the investigation that brought down one of the nation's most powerful leaders, and is now implicated another. president obama himself spoke out today for the first time since the scandal broke, and my co-anchor terry moran has the latest. >> ladies and gentlemen, the president of the united states. >> reporter: as president obama sauntered into the east room of the white house for his post-victory news conference, the scandal that's engulfed the highest levels of his national security team still swirled around him. tonight, abc news has learned the identity of the fbi agent who ignited the whole staggering chain of events. fredrik humphreys, a 47-year-old fbi veteran who is active in counterterrorism cases, is friends with tampa socialite jill kelley who turned to him when she got some harassing e-mails. meanwhile, in wash
this morning, but that is still in place in new york city and long island and thousands in the region remain homeless. a huge cross-section of the lgbt community in new york city after one of the biggest shelters was wiped out by the storm. here with me in the studio to talk about the rebuilding effort is ally sheedy. >> thank you. >> you have a big place in your heart for the ali fornay center, those that don't know about it, a shelter for homeless lgbt. >> it's a center that provides services for kids living on the street and don't have anywhere to go. those kids are waiting for shelter beds anyway before the storm. they didn't have anywhere to live. this is a place they could get services an it's gone. >> we're showing pictures right now because they're positioning of where their center is in new york was flooded out. >> right. >> and completely destroyed. they're not allowed to be back in there. what has this done to their work and the efforts because it didn't stop lgbt kids from coming to new york city during this time. >> no. >> homeless kids have still been showing up in the city. >>
accountability. >> reporter: even those whose job it is to heal need help. new york city will spend $4 billion to repair four hospitals and the schools damaged by the storm. today the city opened one stop recovery centers where victims can do everything from applying for aide to getting medical attention. >> many customers have been without power for a long time. rather than complain about it or write about it, we're trying to do something about it. >> reporter: the brooklyn battery tunnel is swamped with sea water finally reopened this afternoon. like the city itself, this 80 foot tall norway spruce, destined to delight millions of spectators athe rockefeller center is a survivor of sandy. it will be a symbol of holiday cheer and so much more. in new jersey tonight 5,000 customers remain without power. but today, that state ended its gas rationing program. here in staten island and throughout new york city. gas rationing remains in effect because only 60% of the city's gas stations are open. brian? >> anne thompson on staten island. one of the places where the suffering continues. anne, thank
in staten island and throughout new york city. gas rationing remains in effect because only 60% of the city's gas stations are open. >> anne thompson on staten island. one of the places where the suffering continues. >>> still ahead for us tonight, who has the energy to shop on thanksgiving night after turkey? well, retailers are betting enough highly motivated shoppers will make the trip to make it worth their while. >>> and later a surprising group of helpers on a new mission where help is really needed as we just saw. and they're making a difference 37 into their work, their name on the door, and their heart into their community. small business saturday is a day to show our support. a day to shop at stores owned by our friends and neighbors. and do our part for the businesses that do so much for us. on november 24th, let's get out and shop small. is the same frequent heartburn treatment as prilosec otc. now with a fancy coating that gives you a burst of wildberry flavor. now why make a flavored heartburn pill? because this is america. and we don't just make things you want, we make thing
is at a store in new york city where tickets are probably a hot commodity. andrea, good morning. >> reporter: yes, they are. this is a big deal. selling hundreds of tickets every hour. people started lining up at 5:00 a.m., and this jackpot, it just keeps growing. it's grown $175 million in just the last three days alone. >> ticket sales are expected to top a whopping $1 billion by tonight's drawing where a single winner could walk away with a cash prize worth $327 million before taxes. >> there you go. good luck. >> i would take my entire family on a cruise around the world. >> a sports car for me. >> aston martin. >> i'll pinch myself. >> reporter: and it's not just the lucky winners who win big. $1 of every $2 powerball ticket goes to the state covering lottery overhead and supporting programs like education. the federal government also hits the jackpot, taking a quarter of the winner's earnings in taxes and, yes, there's more. states and cities can take an additional 5% to 12%. a new york city winner would pay the highest taxes, but lucky winners in eight states may no state taxes on win
'll follow throughout the day here on nbc. this morning, president obama travels to new york city to witness firsthand the devastation caused by superstorm sandy and to thank first responders for their efforts. the president toured new jersey's storm-struck coast earlier this month. some of the superstorm's victims are still without power two weeks later while others lost everything. >>> a holiday tradition in manhattan today, when macy's herald square unveils its 2012 christmas windows. >>> and it's a historic day for us here at the national broadcasting center company. it was on this day in 1926 the nbc radio network debuted with 24 stations. >>> all day long you can stay on top of the very latest developments in those stories and others as they break on msnbc. and tonight be sure to watch "nbc nightly news" with brian williams. >>> and finally, here's a look at what's coming up later this morning on the "today" show. see matt's rare interview with all the members of legendary rolling stones as they celebrate 50 years together. and hoda kotb will be behind the scenes with a look at kathie
-atlantic, well, today it felt like spring. a warm 66 degrees here in new york city, while parts of the west and midwest get blasted with cold-like winter, all of which is prompting people to ask yet again, what is with our crazy weather extremes? our report from our chief correspondent anne thompson. >> reporter: america has a case of weather whiplash >> 60 degrees as the high on friday, and then 28 degrees as the high on saturday. >> reporter: this weekend, the west went from summer to winter overnight. >> and that is winter. >> it is winter. >> reporter: today, the northeast enjoys the spring-like temperatures, still recovering from superstorm sandy, and the nor'easter that covered her debris in a record snowfall. >> this is something we've never seen before, any of the meteorologists here, for that matter. and it is something very, very unusual. >> reporter: you will get no argument from the people who have to deal with it. >> i am waiting for the locusts next. >> reporter: this region is dealing with the drought, the wildfires and the warmest month on record. in 2011, there were extreme
at an auction in new york city last night. >>> up nex making a difference for children's lives suddenly changed in a big way by the storm. ahmed jab humphries humph>>> we're back a for our "making a difference report" tonight. it may take a disaster like hurricane sandy to make kids feel how much they miss school. a lot of families have been uprooted, and neighbors are contributing as much as they can to get their sense of security back. our report tonight from nbc's rehema ellis. >> reporter: second graders from two schools in one classroom, brought together by disaster. >> hurricane sandy was like a tornado. and a storm. >> reporter: more than 400 students from this school on staten island have been relocated to the nearby petriti school. the principal of ps-52 says the generous people are overwhelming. >> this will allow them to heal more quickly. >> reporter: to make it happen took a village. >> everybody is absolutely working together from the custodians, to the security staff, the kitchen, the school aides, power professionals. >> reporter: conference rooms are now makeshift classrooms. l
-benz dealer. >>> "nightline" continues from new york city with cynthia mcfadden. >> alicia keys was younger than your average college grad when she skyrocketed to fame on the sheer force of her talent. a classically trained pianist with a soulful voice, keys is r & b royalty and with a new album "girl on fire" hitting stores next week we sat down to talk about love, passion and the little guy who has changed her world. it's a "nightline" interview. ♪ in girl is on fire >> reporter: alicia keys seems to be living her new hit. ♪ this girl is on fire ♪ she's walking on fire >> reporter: this girl is on fire, i'm embarrassed to say is my new hairbrush song. you make us think we can sing even when we can't. >> i love it. >> reporter: you can really sing it. ♪ this girl is on fire >> the song came from a feeling and this feeling of my kind of finding my own space and to be my own self, my own full self, love it or hate it, whatever the case, here i am and here's me. >> reporter: at 31, she says she's come into her own. >> i'm more excited about this album than i've been for any record, ev
from wnbc 4 in new york city. organizers of the macy's thanksgiving day parade gave kids affected by hurricane sandy a very good reason to smile. they needed it. about 500 children received the inside scoop on six new floats hitting the parade route for the first time. the group toured each new edition and received a crash course on how the designers developed their ideas from sketches to the gigantic floats. so that's got to be fun for those kids there. >>> i'm lynn berry and this is "early today," just your first stop of the day, today on your nbc station. >>> it's 4:28, and it's freezing. some places around the area waking up at temperatures at or below the freezing point. we'll have the forecast. >> the driver's license of david petraeus' mistress turns up in the d.c. area. why she is hiding out here. >> plus while you were sleeping, a major car recall announced. why toyota is pulling millions of cars off the road. good morning, i'm aaron gilchrist. >> and i'm eun yang. welcome on this wednesday, november 14th, 2012. >>> the dulles toll road could get more expensive. the airpo
organizations that is to a group who believes in abstinence. new york city has barred small churches from renting public school on weekends. >> if we abandon the dignity of the human person, how are we going to make any kind of critique about what is good or bad, right or wrong, healthy or unhealthy? >> churches are exempt from the birth control rules, but their affiliates are not. several dioceses and charities have filed lawsuits against the mandate. david collins, wbal-tv 11 news. >> former maryland lawmaker tiffany austin is back in the news. her attorneys say that she should be reinstated to her office. the reasoning? she received probation after completing the 300 hours of community service and paid $800 back to the maryland general assembly for using state money to pay an employee in her law firm. counsel says she was permanently removed from her term after her conviction. that became official when she received a suspended sentence last month. >> we have an update on that shooting at a howard county top gun belt. police are now asking for your help to identify women robbed. authori
this? >> depends on who's doing better. >> good point. >>> this comes to us from wnbc 4 in new york city. organizers of the macy's thanksgiving day parade gave kids affected by hurricane sandy a very good reason to smile. they needed it. about 500 children received the inside scoop on six new floats hitting the parade route for the first time. the group toured each new edition and received a crash course on how the designers developed their ideas from sketches to the gigantic floats. so that's got to be fun for those kids there. >>> i'm lynn berry and this is "early today," just your first stop of the day, today on your nbc station. >> you're watching wbal-tv 11. live, local, late-breaking. this is 11 news today at 5:00 a.m. >> good morning. it will be a quiet day today but it is chilly. 30's.20's and low 31 parkton. todays a lot of sunshine and the wind is going to die down. upper 40's to around 50. >> 32 degrees at the airport. >> a woman is in critical condition after an overnight fire in reisterstown. that story is next. >> a bus driver gets into a fight with a passenger have a
:00 in new york city, the president facing a wide range of questions today at white house. we start with the scandal that brought down david petraeus. president obama says there is so far no evidence that general petraeus' affair compromised any government secrets. >> i have no evidence at this point from what i have seen that classifyied information was disclosed that in any way would have had a negative impact on our national security. >>shepard: the president said this is an ongoing investigation and could not comment on specifics. why the white house did not learn about the scandal in election day the president had this to say. >> if we had been told you would be sitting here asking why were you interfering in a criminal investigation. it is best right now just to see how this process unfolded. >>shepard: the president addressed the fiscal cliff and the administration's response to the attack in benghazi. now to wendell at the white house. the families of some of the victims of the attack have criticizeed the government's response and the president dressed that today. >> he d he
the number was three times that. but today as the new york city mayor michael bloomberg pointed out that figure does not include tens of thousands of homes and businesses that are destroyed or too badly damaged for crews even to restore electricity. >> the majority of new yorker who's remain without power do so not because the utilities can't provide power on the street but because necessary repairs still have to be performed. >> shepard: it's not just homes and businesses. the storm badly damaged several hospitals in new york city. now we are hearing two may not be up and running until some time next year. "the fox report's" correspondent jonathan hunt live in the world famous coney island section of brooklyn, new york with more on that. still tough times out there along the board walk, jonathan. >> yeah, still a lot of people in coney island and far beyond, shep, who need a lot of help. and part of the operation of getting them that help being run here in coney island by the national guard. we tagged along with a unit of national guard troops earlier today as they went door to doo
the on going misery in parts of new york city. we are live in staten island this hour. >>> but we begin with general petraeus. no longer the top most of the echelons of national security. but not consigned to oblivion either not by any stretch. we've got two signature pieces of reporting this hour. "time" magazine is reporting that petraeus's biographer turned mistress once toyed with entering politics. she reportedly told acquaintances backing in jul that will gop "money men" had approached her about a senate run from north carolina. she says she was "tempted." "time" magazine reports but petraeus was strongly against it. is it "time" is also reporting on the internal fbi struggle over whether to tell the white house what and whom they were investigating. it turns out the white house wasn't informed till the night of the election. three days before general petraeus resigned. on a personal level, general petraeus is telling aides and confidantes that he is devastated by the pain and suffering that he has caused. and that brings me to another piece of reporting that you need to hear for
with the city of new york. this morning we'll ask him why he won't give up outtakes and other material. now it's time for health watch. holly philips has the ricks on a high sodium diet. >> good morning in today's health watch pass on the salt. recent reports may have toledo confusion about the amount of salt you should have in your diet. a new study reveals limiting your salt intake. factors would benefit from lowering salt consumption to 1500 milligrams per day. that's the equivalent of less than a teaspoon. for some people salt increases blood pressure because it holds excess fluid in the body. it forces the heart to work harder to pump blood throughout the body. one in three americans have high blood pressure a major risk factor for heart disease and stroke. if your blood pressure is 120 over 80 or above your doctor will advice a lower salt diet. skip the table salt but most come from packaged processed food so read be labels carefully. most americans eat more than double the amount of recommended salt daily but a little planning and will power we can shake the salt habit. i'm dr. holly ph
in the dark. new york city mayor michael bloomberg warned again the process of restoration and recovery will be slow. . a lot of residents unfortunately will be out of power for a long time. but rather than complain about it or even write about it, we're trying to do something about it. we can sit around and bring or hands and say it's terrible. mother nature brought us this storm. now we're just going to deal with it. we're going to go methodically street by street building by building and help people get going. we're going to do the most important life-threatening things first. and then we'll come back. we're not going to stop until everybody is back. >> holman: there also were more signs of progress today, as gasoline rationing ended in central and northern new jersey. rationing continues in new york city. wall street slid again today, amid concerns about impending spending cuts and tax increases in washington. the dow jones industrial average lost nearly 59 points to close at 12,756. the nasdaq fell 20 points to close below 2884. those are some of the day's major stories. now, back
in places like dallas, your first frost and freeze in the dallas metro area. and new york city, dropping from the 70s in the new york city area, into probably much cooler than that, the 30s and 40s in that zone as we get the cold air. chicago feels like 16 degrees with the windchill. and atlanta, feels like 27. that's a real big shot of cold air. >>> all right. coming up on "gma," sorry about that. the high school valedictorian on trial for his mother's murder. why his father tells abc news his son is innocent. >>> plus, the double-life of the bandanna bandit. wait until you hear this story. ou hear this story. nine days till christmas and eddy said the toys might not be ready! eddy? the elf! ♪ [ radio announcer ] today's forecast: it's snowing snowballs and snow bricks out there... seven more days and it's snowing snow bricks! oh, well, be careful! [ radio announcer ] only two days to go, and several of the elves were tossed around when they tried to wrap a pony. [ female announcer ] the keepsake countdown ornament. build anticipation every day till christmas. elves tried to wrap a po
." quick weather update to get you out the door. in new york city, cold front heading through, rain along with it, and falling temperatures. but yesterday was beautiful, wasn't it? up and down the eastern sea board, temperatures will be falling throughout the day. you do need the umbrella heading outside many of the big cities. the green shows you the light rain. it's not heavy, but there's hit and miss showers from washington, d.c. all the way up through baltimore. and those will be through new york city, philadelphia, hartford, providence and boston and albany as we go throughout the next hour or two. remember, it's going to be much colder later today than it is this morning. temperatures out in buffalo and pittsburgh will sweep through the east. bundle up the kids, you'll need the hat and gloves as they come home from school later on today. morning rain this afternoon should be just fine. the areas that are plain cold which includes much of the country, look at the temperatures, cold all the way down to dallas this morning. we'll warm up with a good deal of sunshine. fall, cool, crisp
're going to move on to tim tebow. superstar quarterback, being torn apart here in new york city by his own team behind his back. why is one of the most popular players in recent memory, who was once hailed as a savior, now being called terrible? take a look. >> tebow keeps it on the run. tebow at the 10! >> reporter: over the past three years, tim tebow has attracted a devout following, on the field. and off. the quarterback known across the country as much for his prayerful poses as for his play at the position. but this morning, tebow appears more tarnished by the day. though he's hardly played this year, more than a dozen of his teammates on the new york jets ripped him anonymously this week, telling "the daily news," the second-string quarterback is, quote, terrible. even saying, we don't look at him as a quarterback, end quote. >> it can be a little frustrating or saddening. but at the same time, always motivating to go out there and keep working. >> reporter: it's a seemingly stunning fall from grace for the heisman trophy winner acquired by the jets after a string of come-from-behin
in pittsburgh, 45 in new york city. bangor 43. nashville where they have freezy fog this morning >> good morning. we will start off today with off and on rain showers. sunshine should break out later today. >> don't forget, get that weather any time you need. go to the weather channel on cable or weather.com online. savannah? >> all right, al, thanks. the man behind elmo is taking a leave of absence from "sesame street why the "to deal with very serious allegations. nbc's mara schiavocampo is here with more on this. >> reporter: good morning. this would be no elmo without robert clash but the puppeteer who created elmo is coming forward after a man claimed forward saying he had an intimate relationship with clash while he was still a minor. ♪ >> reporter: though he's best known as the voice of elmo, revered puppeteer kevin clash is now speaking out in his own defense against accusations of sexual misconduct. in a statement monday "sesame street" said they were contacted in june by a then 23-year-old man who alleged he had a relationship beginning when he was 16 years old with kevin clash. in h
of the storm. president obama, yesterday, paid his first visit to new york city since sandy hit and got a firsthand look at destruction on staten island, met with storm victims there and praised new yorkers for their toughness and resilience. >> half of the fatalities in the new york city area happened on staten island. they were really devastated. deadline issued to striking hostess workers has come and gone. and so far nobody is budging. >> that's it. hostess told employees if they did not get back to work by 5:00 p.m. eastern last night the company would move to shut its doors for good. the picket lines are still up. hostess says it will announce its next move later this morning. so, meantime, we are just left to savor, all of the goodness from hostess. what are these? obviously. twinkie here. the hohos. >> don't call me that. >> susie q. is that what it is called, zach. >> where is the ding-dong? you should know something about that. >> your favorite. >> dispel a myth. thought these didn't have a shelf life. they would stay good forever. >> have to grab my ding-dong. >> grab your di
's not what we heard in some hard-hit areas of new york city where storm victims claim the country's preeminent disaster relief organization has been missing in action. here's nbc's senior investigative correspondent lisa myers. >> reporter: two weeks after sandy hit, residents of breezy point, new york, still wonder if more help will ever arrive. >> we haven't seen red cross at all. red cross hasn't offered any assistance up until yesterday. >> reporter: carrie lynn allen says she's donated to the red cross before and is very disappointed. >> they take people's hardworking money to assist people. and then when push comes to shove, they don't assist. >> reporter: her neighbors also wonder what happened. >> the red cross, you know, they're normally a wonderful organization, and it's just that they're not here. >> reporter: ann marie willis coordinates volunteers in the community and rates the red cross performance here poor. >> they need help with everything from housing to just hold them, say you're going to be okay. you'll get through this. we need everything. and i know the red c
hook, brooklyn, at the new york city housing authority, where thousands of families are still living without heat and electricity. >> bedroom is ice cold. >> reporter: some of the 47,000 without power across the city. >> you just have to, well, pray. and hope for the best. >> reporter: we found mia tarver and her family using steam from boiling water to keep warm. >> thank god my stove works. because if we didn't have the stove, i don't think i could stay here. >> reporter: the stove is what's keeping you warm. >> yeah. >> reporter: outside, long lines at the relief agencies for bread, blankets and soup. the red cross and other agencies are here. but families are entering their third week without power and they want someone held accountable. >> we were left behind. that's all i can say. we were left behind. they forgot about us. we, too, pay taxes. >> reporter: they worry there's no one rushing to restore the power here because they're poor. the local power utilities say they've done their job. the power is here, at the curb. but the housing authority says it can't bring the electric
york city and we begin with a looming showdown over the so-called fiscal cliff. the white house is showing its cards and sending a message ahead of the president's face-to-face meeting with republican congressional leaders. it'll take place on friday. president obama plans to open negotiations by calling for $1.6 trillion in additional tax revenue over the next decade. that amount is likely far more than republicans would be willing to accept and double the amount that speaker boehner had offered the president during their debt negotiations last year. today, the president is scheduled to meet with ceos from a dozen companies among them general electric, ford and ibm. they'll discuss ways to work together and try to find a balanced approach to reducing the deficit. during a closed door meeting yesterday with union leaders and liberal supporters, president obama reportedly vowed that he would "not budge" when it comes to letting the bush tax cuts expire for the country's highest earners. labor leader and president of the afl-cio was among those at the white house meeting and says
of the weather from dylan. >> it is a chilly morning in new york city. a little bit breezy, too. but the whole eastern half of the country actually will be enjoying some pretty nice weather today, at least sunny. it is going to be chilly across the northeast, but above average in the middle of the country. we're looking at highs today topping out in the 60s and even lower 70s down into texas. but in the northeast, we'll be in the 40s. the west coast, 40s and 50s. we've got a big storm system moving into the western part of the country. we've got heavy rain, days of rain, perhaps through tuesday where we could end up with several inches of rain and several feet of snow in the >>> here's a look at the temperatures. 50s and 60 outside. it's muggy and windy around parts of the south bay. 22 in san jose and we have rain coming through comprehending into parts of the north bay and into palo alto down into places just to the west of mountain view. you can see around saratoga too. mild temperatures in the low to mid 60s. rain will fill in towards this evening and pick up and taper off as we go through
as a boy and promises residents that the federal government will not abandon them. >>> new york city officials say they plan to demolish hundreds of buildings damaged beyond repair by sandy. the building department says about 200 homes were wrecked by the storm. about 500 others are being checked to see how bad the damage is. >>> a space capsule made a rare nighttime landing in kazakhstan, bringing back three astronauts, including an american after a four-month voyage to the international space station. >>> the national oceanic and atmospheric administration says october was the 332nd month with an above average surface temperature. to put that into perspective, anyone ages 27 and below, including lindsay lohan and olympic great michael phelps, has never lived through a month that saw global temperatures dip below average. >>> and a rare sight as a massive waterspout formed off the coast of southern australia sunday. one meteorologist described it as the most well-formed and intense one that he has ever seen. >>> and now here's your first look at this morning's dish of scrambled poli
the northern great lakes, detroit at 29 degrees, columbus 29, binghamton 32, new york city 41 degrees. we'll call it cold tonight, 28 degrees for hagerstown and frederick, baltimore around 32 degrees, d.c. 35. head down to quantico for a temperature of 30 and you can see out toward winchester 28 degrees. so coal overnight expected freezing and be -- cold overnight expected freezing and below in the suburbs, about 35 degrees in the district with lighter winds out of north at 5 to 10 miles per hour. we'll keep that going tomorrow, our temperature 50 degrees. so a cool day with the average being in the upper 50s now but definitely wall to wall sunshine. at 8 a.m. 38 deges with lots of sun. by noon about 47 degrees and again expecting a good amount of sunshine and by 4:00 about 48 degrees. we stay quiet in the short term. as we check temperatures around the region tomorrow, again it looks like some of you will only be in the low and mid-40s, cumberland only 43 according to our model guidance, winchester, martinsburg and hagerstown 45. you get in closer and it's most likely upper 40s to the cl
feet tall went for $75 million here at an auction in new york city last night. >>> up next, making a difference for children's lives suddenly changed in a big way by the storm. their name on the door, and their heart into their community. small business saturday is a day to show our support. a day to shop at stores owned by our friends and neighbors. and do our part for the businesses that do so much for us. on november 24th, let's get out and shop small. if you're a man with low testosterone, you should know that axiron is here. the only underarm treatment for low t. that's right, the one you apply to the underarm. axiron is not for use in women or anyone younger than 18. axiron can transfer to others through direct contact. women, especially those who are or who may become pregnant, and children should avoid contact where axiron is applied as unexpected signs of puberty in children or changes in body hair or increased acne in women may occur. report these signs and symptoms to your doctor if they occur. tell your doctor about all medical conditions and medications. do not use if
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